Board of Regents chooses next Dyersburg State president

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee board has chosen the next president of Dyersburg State Community College at a special meeting.


The Board of Regents on voted unanimously to appoint Scott Cook as the next president of the northwest Tennessee college.

Chancellor Flora W. Tydings recommended Cook after a national search was conducted.

Cook was one of five finalists chosen by a search committee.

Cook is currently provost of Madisonville Community College in Madisonville, Kentucky.

He has been the chief academic officer and chief student affairs officer at Madisonville since March 2018.

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